Fitness

Your shoulder flexibility and complexity can leave it more susceptible to injury if it isn't trained to be strong.
All those overhead lifts don't require strength alone. Reduce injury, improve your form in lifts, and strengthen your overhead stability.
Whether your goal is to begin eating better or you want to start exercising more, willpower is essential to your success. So where is the plan for that?
Put these five principles in place and you’ll have a much easier time sticking to your nutrition plan.
Unilateral training has a hugely beneficial impact on joint health, stability, coordination, and balance.
A strong upper back is vital to minimize shoulder joint and girdle injuries. Strengthening these areas can be done with proper balance of pushing and pulling. Here are workouts for you to follow.
You deserve the chance to dominate work, rest, and play every day, in every way.
Use actual intensity, relative intensity, and perceived intensity to dial in your weight training.
Does the way your brain gathers information and what it does with it have an effect on your training, performance or recovery?
When you make movement a natural extension of your daily patterns, it is easy to fit exercise into every day.
Health and fitness is not a race.
You’ve created your structure on grasping skills, so when you move into new scopes you can integrate it all and become a competent force.
When designing resistance training programs, we can't ignore physics. Here are 3 laws of training that will simplify your programming and help you become more successful (i.e. stronger).
Whether you are competing or working towards specific goals, you will always have a time that falls outside of your normal training cycles.
Plain and simple, a deload is a short planned period of recovery. Here are four ways to do it and why you absolutely must include it in your training.
Don't get hung up on one particular style of training but use variety of different exercises, rep ranges, and training styles.
A training cycle, like a story, has a beginning, middle, and end, and each has elements that are necessary for it to work.